10 Wildcats Garner Academic Acclaim
Wildcats also have 10 student-athletes named to MAAC All-Academic Team
Villanova Has Impressive Showing On Senior Day
Six student-athletes from Villanova earned a place out the 41 total awarded in the conference
Five victories on the season are the most since 2007 campaign
MAAC Consolation Game vs. Marist 4/29 McCann Natatorium
2012: Appeared in 19 games after joining the water polo team midway through the season... Contributed eight goals and two assists for 10 points... Had 21 attempts on net... Successful on five center sprints out of six (.833)... Notched seven steals... Registered three ejections drawn... Posted four points (3G/1A) in second collegiate water polo match against Utica (3/3)... Recorded another four points (3G/1A) in the following contest versus Salem International University on 3/10... Earned MAAC All-Academic Team honors.
Kirrawee High School: Member of the swim team and also ran track and played water polo and netball ... Selected to her school and the regional Blues team (Australian all-star team) in 2007 ... Three-time Sportswomen of the Year selection ... Australian age group champion in 2007 and 2008 ... Presented with the Australian Defense Force Award for Service and Leadership as well as her school's High Medal of Excellence ... Cited for her academic excellence in seven different courses ... Recipient of the Caltex Award presented to the best all-around student.
Personal: Born 12/13/89 in Sydney ... Youngest of three children of Geoff and Roz Malone ... Siblings are Adam (36), Chris (32) and Nyree (31) ... Enjoys spending time with family, friends and her pets, listening to music and going to the beach ... Has played the violin, oboe and saxophone ... Chose to attend Villanova for the University's great academic reputation and the beauty of the campus ... Undeclared major in the school of Liberal Arts.